'mobile gaming' Tag

  • The disruption in mobile gaming monetization that few are talking about

    February 21, 2017

    With GDC approaching next week, mobile gaming is on my mind. Truth be told, I was never much of a gamer myself, yet the industry has always fascinated me from an investment perspective. In 2016 we witnessed numerous noteworthy events in mobile gaming: the record-breaking success of Pokémon Go, the critically debated walking start to […]

  • Mobile Gaming: Is it Gotcha time for Gacha ?

    April 16, 2016

    Four years ago almost exactly to the day, I mused about this period of disruption and renewal signified by sakura (cherry blossoms). The blooming of the sakura in Japan marks the arrival of spring, representing not only a renewal of the seasons but also a rebirth of many facets of life: the start of a […]

  • Is investing in gaming like betting on Hollywood?

    November 18, 2014

    On a recent trip to Tokyo, I met with a handful of business partners and investors in the mobile gaming sector, one of my investment themes over the past few years centering on European endeavors in this space. A familiar debate comes up every time: Is mobile gaming as a sector still investable? Has mobile […]

  • What I think about when I think about mobile gaming

    October 21, 2014

    When people inquire about my investment strategy, I explain that I try to structure my investment thinking around themes or theses. Readers of this blog will recognize that one of my favorite investment themes over the past few years has centered on the value chain of mobile gaming. Often, I visualize aspects of a theme […]

  • HTML5 is cross-platform

    January 8, 2014

    One of my portfolio company CEOs sent me this graphic, which I believe best illustrates the true cross-platform nature of HTML5 for gaming.

  • Infographic: HTML5 mobile gaming

    November 18, 2012

    Many mobile game companies still choose native iOS or Android as their first route to market, only to discover that it’s very challenging to stand out among hundreds of thousands of other games in the traditional app-stores. There is, however, a viable alternative approach that is quickly gaining interest worldwide: HTML5. BoosterMedia has released a […]

  • The disruption and renewal of sakura

    April 10, 2012

    As style entrepreneur and design authority Tyler Brûlé once astutely observed, it’s always a good time to visit Tokyo. I had the honor of spending the past week there on a business trip, which by stroke of good fortune, coincided with a week of cherry blossoms (sakura) in full bloom. Appreciation of the fleeting moment […]

  • Portfolio company opportunities: BoosterMedia

    August 5, 2010

    If you’re interested in joining a dynamic, young company in the domain of social and casual gaming for mobile, these job openings may be of interest. All positions are based in Utrecht, Netherlands, though there may be some partial flexibility on working location. Sales Manager Mobile Advertising and Partnerships Software Engineer Freelance casual game developer […]

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